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Democrats are desperate to dismiss the huge Republican win in Virginia on Tuesday, understanding what this means for the upcoming midterm elections. Not only was their candidate, Terry McAuliffe, defeated this week, but so too was the left’s racially divisive agenda that has been the cornerstone of their existence for many years.

Short-sighted, lazy liberals were quick to claim GOP gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin’s upset win was the result of mythical white supremacy on the right, but Winsome Sears presents a glaring problem with that assessment.

Sears became the first woman and first black candidate elected to statewide office in Virginia when she was elected lieutenant governor on Tuesday, so she must be dealt with. And that’s where hate-mongers like MSNBC host Joy Reid and Georgetown University sociology professor Michael Eric Dyson come into play. Being black themselves, their task seems to be to attack and otherwise marginalize people like Sears, a conservative woman of color who threatens the racially-driven narrative on the left.

Reid, who many argue long ago established herself as perhaps the dumbest person on prime time cable, proposed that since Sears, a woman of Jamaican heritage, ran against another woman of color, she doesn’t get credit for being black – or something like that.

“What Republicans are now doing is they basically demand credit any time any of them ever voted for anybody black or if there’s a black guy on the Supreme Court that’s conservative,” she said. “Any black conservative is supposedly or the black president having ever been elected, right? The fact that he was elected, period, means there’s no racism.”

“The two choices voters had in Virginia were a black woman who shares my daughter’s name and Jamaican heritage, and an Afro-Latina who is part Lebanese,” she added. “So you had a choice of two brown/black people and you picked one of them. Do you get credit? Do you get special credit? It’s like I had ice cream or cake adds two options, but I want credit for lowering my calorie count because I picked ice cream. You had two choices and they were both black!”

It’s remarkable to think that MSNBC executives give Reid a prime time platform to spew her racist views. Fox News contributor Katie Pavlich responsed in a tweet to say: “Despicable comments about Winsome Sears. Also, the venom these people regularly spew against white people is acceptable? It shouldn’t be.”

But Reid’s take would prove to be tame compared to Dyson, whom Pavlich was also referring to.

“You’re absolutely right. They want credit for breathing,” he replied on cue. “They want credit for having hair in the morning or getting up and brushing their teeth. ‘Look, I’ve made an achievement that should be noteworthy.’ No. You are doing what all political figures must do: make choices. The problem is here they want white supremacy by ventriloquist effect. There is a black mouth moving but a white idea through the — running on the runway of the tongue of a figure who justifies and legitimates the white supremacist practices. We know that we can internalize in our own minds, in our own subconscious, in our own bodies, the very principles that are undoing us. So to have a black face speaking in behalf of a white supremacist legacy is nothing new.”

In effect, it’s the age-old tactic of calling a black person who dissents from the established liberal narrative an ‘Uncle Tom,’ but Dyson doesn’t grasp that in calling Sears a “black mouth moving” for the white man, he defines the very role he and Reid play to keep minorities on the Democratic plantation for the white liberals who control the party.

He went on to give a full-throated endorsement of the ever-toxic critical race theory.

“And it is to the chagrin of those of us who study race that the white folk on the other side and the right-wingers the other side don’t understand,” Dyson continued. “This is politics 101, and this is race — not even 101. What’s beneath 101? It’s the pre-k of race. You should understand the fact that if you tell black people, ‘Look, I support a negro. Look, there is a person of color that I’m in favor of,’ and that person of color happens to undermine and undercut and subvert the very principles about which we are concerned, you do yourself no service by pointing to them as an example of your racial progressivism. So in that sense, they need to have a lesson in critical race theory so they can understand what critical race theory is.”

“We know this. First of all, they ain’t critical. They ain’t run a race in a long time that is meaningful in terms of our people and they ain’t got no theory. Critical race theory we know comes from critical theory,” Dyson continued.

“The word critical in theory means let’s be on the side of those who need to be emancipated for things that are imposed on them, that enslave them,” he said. “That’s all it means. And they’ve invented an entire universe of meaning out of that one work.”

Tom Tillison

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